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The grind don’t stop…until the body is destroyed 

By Meg Richards and Ty Gavin
April 26, 2023

Meg I have been dancing since I was two years old. Ballet, tap, jazz, modern, contemporary—pretty much all of it. My feet have only stopped moving for a two-year tae-kwon-do hiatus, ever since which...

DiCenzo leads the team with 16 assists through three games. Rachel Culver / Beacon Staff

Sophomore guard set to bounce back after two years of injury

By Peirce Eldredge
November 16, 2019

In his first full competitive season since his senior year of high school, sophomore point guard Chad DiCenzo is showing promise on the men’s basketball team. DiCenzo enters this season coming off...

Courtesy of James Gascoigne

Men’s basketball freshman out for season with hip injury

By Ethan McDowell
October 31, 2019

Men’s basketball forward James Gascoigne felt an intense pain in his knees as he ran up the court during his senior season at Arlington High School.  “I was just constantly in pain,” Gascoigne...

Sophomore Carolyn Vaimoso (left, airborne) averaged 4.5 kills per set before her season ending injury last year. Carol Rangel / Beacon Staff

Sophomore recovers from season ending injury with award winning year

By Kyle Bray, Former Managing Editor: Visual and Design
October 31, 2019

As Carolyn Vaimoso lay on the court after falling in the first set of a conference matchup against Coast Guard in September 2018, the only thing going through the then freshman’s head was that she definitely...

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